Larry Krantz Flute Pages - Lord Dissertation on Peter Lloyd
PETER LLOYD
Dissertation by Suzanne Lord


Chapter 1:
PROFESSIONAL BIOGRAPHY

Studies with Fernand Caratgé
Studies with Geoffrey Gilbert
Studies with Jean-Pierre Rampal
Studies with Marcel Moyse
Chamber Music
Teaching
Guildhall School
Indiana University School of Music
Royal Northern Manchester College of Music
Masterclasses


Chapter 2:
BREATH

Correct Use and Affect on Flute Performance
Stance
Inhalation
Suspension
Exhalation
Air Pressure
Aperture
Air Direction
Vocalization in the Mouth Cavity
Breath and Dynamics
Breath and Intonation
Breath and Articulation
Breath and Tone Color
Breathing Exercise to Increase Capacity


Chapter 3:
EXPRESSION

Historical Usage
Production of Vibrato/Expression
Vibrato Variation
Vibrato and Musical Mood
Vibrato and Dynamics
Vibrato and National/Historical Styles
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Chapter 4:
PLAYING BAROQUE AND CLASSICAL MUSIC ON TWENTIETH-CENTURY FLUTES

Tone Color
Dynamics
Baroque Articulation Conventions
Baroque Tempi
Baroque Music and Phrasing
Baroque Music and Vibrato
Re-editing Baroque Works
Baroque/Classical Ornamentation
Writing Cadenzas in Baroque and Classical Era Works
Closing


Chapter 5:
FACILITY

What This Term Incorporates
Common Pitfalls That Hamper Facility
Minimal Movement of Hands and Embouchure
Suggested Exercises
Group Exercises Used in Masterclasses
Facility Routine Used in Manchester
Auxiliary Fingerings for Selected Difficult Passages
Use of the Knuckle Key
"Oiling" the Pinkie


Chapter 6:
PROFESSIONAL ADVICE

Orchestral Auditions
Trial Period
Playing in a Professional Orchestra
Playing Selected Orchestral Works
Debussy: Prelude to Afternoon of a Faun
Ravel: Daphnis and Chloé Suite
Stravinsky: Petrushka
Mendelssohn: Scherzo from Midsummer Night's Dream
Hindemith: Symphonic Metamorphosis
Schoenberg: Wind Quintet
Playing Recitals
Mental Barriers and Stage Nerves
Playing in Different Halls
Practice
Playing with Tension


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